This Wednesday, from very early,
hundreds of thousands of fans lined up virtual to wait for 10 in the morning
, desperate to get tickets for the second
Red Hot Chili Peppers
River , on November 26.
By noon, all the tickets had been sold out
So far nothing is known of a third date.
Undoubtedly, one can already speak of a
true and surprising furor for the famous Californian band
that came to Argentina many times, the last five years ago.
Since then, the group has released two new albums and is celebrating its 40-year career.
Red Hot Chili Peppers model 2023: Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and John Frusciante.
Press photo 2023
a new stage
Following the reinstatement of the admired guitarist John Frusciante in 2019, after a 10-year absence from the band, two new albums saw the light of day in 2022:
Return of the Dream Canteen
Shortly after, in late 2022, they announced a world tour, confirming dates across North America and Europe.
Flea and the singer Anthony Kiedis in Seville, June 2022. when they started a new world tour.
Rumors about the South American leg of the tour have not stopped growing since November of last year, when a video of the band's drummer, Chad Smith, went viral, assuring an Argentine fan that they would play in the country again in 2023. The dates announced at the beginning of March in Brazil rekindled the dream that finally became a reality.
Always successful visits
Since 1993, when they made their live debut in the country, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have come seven times as their loyal following has grown in numbers and new generations of fans have been added.
The last time was in 2017, when they closed the Lollapalooza Argentina festival.
Anthony Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante and Chad Smith at the Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Ceremony 2022. Photo: AFP
These two shows in River promise to be the opportunity to meet the Red Hot again and be part of the crossroads between the adrenaline of their novelties and the obligatory passage through the classics, linked to memories of different stages in the lives of their thousands of fans.
The record phenomenon before his long-awaited return only confirms that the band is more current than ever and that his Argentine followers –and those of the entire region– are growing.
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